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Packaging products are much more than just a piece of protective covering. They carry information that can essentially be read anywhere at all in the distribution chain. Detailed control, logistics, ID requirements and knowledge of content are all driving developments in traceability. 

The technology already exists to integrate the information in the packaging, in both primary and secondary packaging items. At Boxon we have refined it. 

Marking nowadays must be able to answer so many questions that it is difficult to overlook everything. Who packed the box and when? What does it contain? Where is it now? When will it get there? Who is allowed to open it? Labels have become intelligent carriers of information that must always reach the right person in an organisation. 

Complex? Yes. Unmanageable? No. This is exactly what we are experts in. From marking food packaging with “best before” dates to label management for fashion companies with hundreds of suppliers in several countries. 

Direct labelling such as laser printing or inkjet printing is often used for traceability of products and packaging. Label marking takes place either via print and apply, in which the marking takes place directly on the packaging, or via dispensing, where the finished label is applied to the product. 

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